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MS_Tigers07
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Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
What are the must “do’s” in the Jackson Hole, WY area in early July? It’ll be me, the wife, and the in-laws. We already had horse back riding, white water rafting, and Yellowstone in the plans. Any other necessities?? Anything would be appreciated!


Lima Whiskey
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
What's your appetite for day hiking?

Some restaurants, in no particular order.

Nora's (It's a good diner)
Persephone (French style bakery and restaurant, good for breakfast or lunch)
Snake River Grill (Dinner)
Thai Me Up/Melvin (It's a brewpub that serves Thai food - really good beer)
The Local (It's a very reliable dinner option)
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OldHickory
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
They do a parade and rodeo in Jackson on the 4th.


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TigerAlum1982
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Elk Refuge is a nice drive through; Take the tram up the mountain at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.


Diesel88
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Tetons
Rodeo in big piney
Tram at teton village
Jenny Lake ferry to cascade falls
Cody
Palisades reservoir


baldona
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Jenny Lake Ferry to the rock for the view.

Take the Gondola at Teton Village to the deck at Piste, get there 30 minutes before the tram opens so you get a good seat. Great spot for heavy appetizers and cocktails.

The Tram at Teton Village is a great spot to ride up and then hike around. You can also take the Tram up the mountain then hike down to Piste for happy hour then take the Gondola down the bottom. I've never done that but want to.

The deck at Dornans for lunch and a beer.

Alpine slide on Snow King mountain in downtown.


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lowhound
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Effie
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
White water rafting the Snake River. I've done it twice, and it was a blast.


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reb13
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Eat smoked wings at big hole bbq, life changing.


Louie T
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Cascade Canyon hike

Death Canyon, Static Peak Divide, & Lake Solitude are nicer hikes, but these are likely not what you're looking for.
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bayoubengals88
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
quote:

What's your appetite for day hiking?


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257WBY
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
World class fly fishing

Museums in Cody


baldona
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
The National Museum of Wildlife Art is well worth going to also and right outside of town. Its only a 2-3 hour stop at most.


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Lima Whiskey
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Death was my thought, but I had the same hesitation you had.

A restaurant I neglected to mention.

Picnic - it’s a Persephone spin off. They serve breakfast, but go there for lunch instead.

Restaurants I’ve always meant to go to, but I’ve never eaten at.

The Blue Lion
Glorietta’s
Rendezvous Bistro
Stillwest Brewery and Grill


cgrand
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
we ate at a tapas place in jackson that was great.
it’s attached to a wine market so you buy your bottles there and bring them to the restaurant

really good eats but I forget the name


Lima Whiskey
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Bin 22!

It’s great.


cgrand
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
yes that’s it, thanks
highly recommend


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NimbleCat
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
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Elk Refuge is a nice drive through;

Elk Refuge will be empty in July. There is an interesting tour there for the kids. You won't see any Elk, they have moved into the mountains.



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SuperDomed
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Birmingham
Member since May 2010
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Just went in March for the first time, luckily the week before everything got shut down from COVID. You MUST eat at Glorietta, our absolute favorite meal we had while visiting Jackson. Teton Thai in the village was a close second. We were obviously there for all the winter activities so can't add much in terms of hiking and things, although we did do a ridiculous 8 mile hike in show shoes that I thought would never end! You'll have a blast, I can't wait to get back there during the summer months.


Palmetto08
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
What are some good summer hotels within walking distance to downtown?


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speckledawg
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re: Jackson Hole, WY in early July To Do’s
Taking my 6yo up there at the end of June. Staying in Teton Village. Anyone have any specific recs that a 6yo boy would enjoy? We are fishing one day (can't not go when in WY) and plan to take the tram up for sure.


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